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EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL CATALOGUE 



OF THE 



OFFICERS AND STUDENTS 



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FOR THE ACADEMICAL YEAR, 



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AUGUST ly, ISG5 TO JUNE 20, ISSS, 



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MUJM T!il<: riJKSS OF JAMKS LL'CAS & SON. 



AV 1 L L 1 A M S 1» 11 T DICKINSON SEMINARY. 



IDII^EOTOI^S. 



Rev. James II. BiiowN, President, 
Rev. IiiviN II. TouRENC'E, Seerctiiry, 
Rev. T. M. Reese, . . . . 
Ahram Updegraff, ¥jS([. . 
Rev. R. R. Hamlin, A. M. 
Samuel Lovio, I<]s<|. 
Ma.j. Jacou Sallade, 
Hon. Eli Slifer, .... 
John Weisel, E<i[. 



Baltimore, Md. 

Philadelphia. 

Williamsport. 



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East Baltimoro Conference. 



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Rev. S. W. Sears 



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WILLIAMSPORT DICKINSON SEMINARY. 



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Rev. THOMPSON MITCHELL, D. D., President, 

Moral Philosophy and Belles Lettres. 



J. W. FERREE, a. M. 



H. A. CURRAN, a. M. 



C. C. BRAGDON, A. B. 



WILLIAM LIGHTON, 



Miss M. J. GREENE. 



Miss MAGGIE BECKWITH, 



Miss L. A. FISK, 



C. R. GEARHART, 
JAS. OGLEBV, 



Mathematics a?id Practical Astronomy. 



Natural Science. 



Ancient and German Lanyaages, 



Instrumental and Vocal Music. 



l*rcceptrcss and Teacher of French. 



Paintiny and IJrawiny, 



InstrumerUal Music 



Vreparatvry Depart mini, 



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AVILLIAMSPORT DICKINSON SEMINARY. 



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CLASSICAL. 



Ladies. 



Gcntlcineii. 



Miss Claua McDowell, A. B. 
Sophia S. Reigiiakd, A. I>, 



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Charles S. Cox, A. 13. 
I). A. DeArmond, a. B. 

S. G. M. IIOLLOPETER, A. B. 

1 Tarry James, A. B. 
Hkrvey E. Smith, A. B. 

W.F. TOWNSEND, A. B. 



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'' 'VuAAK Mason, A. V. 
" Kmma S. Pohtkh, A. r. 



Albert McDowell, A. P. 
J. B. YouNO, A. P. 



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LADIES. 



NAMES, 



Anthony, Charlotte 

Baird, Mary V. 

Barker, Alwilda E. 

Bartholomew, Ettie 

Batchelcr, Thercssa A 

Beaver, Clara 

Becker, Laura C. 

Biddle, Cora 

Bitner, Ella 

Blair, Florence 

Blaisdell, Abbie 

Blaisdell, Zoda 

Bodine, EllaM. 

Bothwell, Nancy A. 

Bowman, Mary H. 

Bowman Sal lie A. 

Brown, Mariam E. 

Brown, S. Emma . 

Bunnell, Laura 
Burdock, Lizzie 
Burlock, Susie A. 
Cai-ey, Kate M. 
Carpenter, Ella 
Cleaver, Lizzie J. . 
Cleaver, EmuLa V. 
Cleaver, Dattie ('. 
Coder, Mary 
Cramer, Julia K. 
Cramer, Carrie E. 
Crawford, Mina 
Curtin, Milissa 



RESIDENCES. 



Lock Haven. 
ILyner. 
Renova. 
Miner sville. 
Ijock Haven. 
Danville. 

York SulpJtcr Springs. 
Llughesville. 
Beech Creek. 
Williamfiport . 



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llugJiesville. 

Cant 071. 

WiUiain sport . 

Willow Springs. 

Belief ante. 

Coatesville. 

Wcstcrnport^ Md. 

M'lUiainsport . 

Keio )\)rk. 

Danville. 

Elmira^ X. V, 

Town Hill. 

Ashland, 
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Willi(nnsport . 

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Williamsport. 
Milezhurg. 



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NAMES. 



RESIDENCES. 



Drinkle, Marv E. 

Eckert, Ada W. 

Edkin, Lida S. 

Eldin, Virginia 

Estabrook, Fannie C. 

Eveland, Lizzie 

Eveland, Lizzie Jr. 

Farwell, Mollie A. 

Faux, Carrie A. 

Foresman, Lida 8. 

Foresman, SallieP. 

Fousel, Carrie 

Fulracr, S. Jennie 

Gates, Alta M. 

Glicer, Marv E, 

Gil more, Mary K. 

Giltner, Kate E. 

Gosline, Mary E. 
Green, Josejihine 
Giiyer, Maggie G. 
Ilackctt, ]\Iary 
Halenl)ake, R. Annie 
Hansen, Grace L. . 
Hartnian, Jennie E. 
ITartman, Flora 
Haner, Nettie T. 
Hangh, Sallic E. . 
Ileilman, Ilannali R. 
Hildt, Kate E. 
Hill, Lottie F. 
intcsliow, Sallic V. 
HofVinan, (Mara 
Horner, Maf'<no 
Hul)l)ard, Mora 
Hyskoll, Giissip 
Jameson, Snllic C? 
Janicson, M;iry K. 
Johnson, Lizzie 
Jones, l^-anees 
Jones, 'J'irziili 
Ka/)}), Miiggie W. . 
K.iiifrnian, Annie H. 



Lock Port, PL 
NoriJiumherlan d. 

Williamsport.. 
Bender sville. 

Williamsport. 

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Ili/ncr, 

Danville. 

Williamsport. 
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Fowler sville. 

Philadelphia, 

LjQck Haven. 

Williamsport. 
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Lock Haven. 
Ljewishurg . 

Willianisporf . 
Beech Creek. 
Uyner. 

Williamsport. 

C I 

York. 

Gray sville. 
Mu?2cy, Ala. 
M'cst River, Md. 
Jersey Shore. 
York Salph. Springs. 
Williamsport. 
Baltimore. 
Williamsport . 
Warrior s Mark. 
Willl<f7)/s/)ort. 

Warrior's Mark. 
Mincrsville. 
Funk rill e. 

Northumherland. 
Jhtnville. 



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NAMES. 


RESIDENCES. 






Right, M. V. 


Piedmont, W. Va. 






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Kline, L. C. . 


Sunhury. 






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Kramm, M. Alice . 


Williamsport. 






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Long, Sallie, 


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Loudenslager, Rebe. S. 
Love, Lydia J. 
Lovell, Annie M. . 
Mahaffey, Ellie 


Philadelphia. 
Center Line. 
Town Hill. 
New Berry. 






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Mason, Tillie 


Hawley. 






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Mathews, Tiienie 


, Williamsport. 






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McCloskey, Nancy C. 


Hyner. 






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McCloskey, Lizzie D. . 


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McDowell, Clara 


Light Street. 








McDowell, Emma 
Meeker, Hattie C. . 
Middagh, Jennie 
Milnes, M. Victoria 
Motter, Annie M. 


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Williamsport, 

Espy. 
Emmittshurg, Md, 




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Mowrer, Alwilda . 


Danville. 




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Mover, Emma G. 


Logansville. 






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Page, Ettie H. 


Williamsport. 








Parker, Laura A. 
Patton, Emma 


Chamhersburg. 
Warrior'' s Mark. 






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Peck, Eliza M. 


Lock Haven. 






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Pennington, Tlieressa M. 
Penny, Hattie, 


Lja Porte. 
Williamsport. 






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Phillips, Kate A. . 


St. Nicholas. 






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Porter, Emma 


Milton. 






Pott, Lillie 


Williamsport. 






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Price, Alice C. 


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Price, Ida . 


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Ramsey, Emma 


New Berry. 






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Ransom, Kate E. . 


Williamsport. 


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Reese, M. Josephine 


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Reese, Betty 
Reese, Annie L. 
Reighard, Soi)hia S. 
Reynolds, S. A. 
Rogers, A. L. 
Rosenberger, S. A. 
Ruch, Marion G. . 
Schrock, Mary E. 


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Altoona. 
Williamsport. 
Belief onte. 


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NAMES. 



RESIDENCES. 



Showers, Frank 
Singer, Jennie M. . 
Smith, Mattie J. 
Sparr, Annie M. 
Spencer, Julia 
Stearns, Hannah 
Stearns, Emma 
Stoltz, Lizzie 
Torrence, Virgie 
Torrence, Ella — — . 
Updegraff, Lucy L. 
Updegraff, Edith 
Wagner, Lido T. 
Walton, Lizzie E. 
Webb, Fannie 
Winegardner, Sallie 
Wintersteen, E. Clara 
Woodward, Annie R. 
Young, Mary B. 



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New Berry. 
Halifax. 

Denver Cidjj Col. Ter. 
Altoona, 
Ralston. 
Williamspori. 



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New Berry. 

Danville. 



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Williamsport. 
New Berry. 
Belief onte. 
Huhlershurg . 
Williamsport. 



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Port Carbon. 
Williamsport. 
Burwick. 



PAINTING OR MUSIC. 



Ayres, Miss Mary . 
Gould, Mrs. S. 
Hepburn, Miss Clara 
Hepburn, Miss Carrie . 
Huston, Mrs. 
Lehman, Miss S. J. 
Lyon, Miss Fannie 
Nasli, Miss Hattie 
Nicliols, Miss Lina 
Packer, Miss Annie 
[M})cr, Miss Lizzie 
Reese, Miss Annie L. 
Sherman, Miss 
Ui)degrafr, Miss Lizzie 
Winegardner, Miss Bcckie 
Zundel, Miss 



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NAMES. 



Acor, W. D. 
Addleman, F. P. 
Albright, J. J. . 
Ammerman, G. P. . 
Arndt, C. K. 
Artz, P. J. . 
Ashcom, E. S. . 
Ashcom, C. B. 
Ayers, J. A. 
Baird, J. C. 
Barnard, C. H. 
Barndollar, F. W. . 
Barndollar, W. J. 
Barndollar, George 
Basford, R. W. 
Beatty, D. W. 
Becker, J. C. 
Belford, M. G. 
Belford, J. M. . 
Bendel, Frank 
Bender, II. J. 
Bingllam, E. W. . 
Bishop, J. T. . 
Bitncr, J. I. 
Blackiston, William 
Blair, Frank P. 
Blair, Eder 
Blair, John L. 
Blaisdell, F. O. 
Bock, M. P. 
Bower, D. T. . 
Bower, J. M. 
Bowers, T>. F. 
Bowman, A. S. 
Bressler, C. E. . 



GENTLEMEN. 



RESIBBNCES. 



Moreland. 
Warrior^ s Mark. 
Trexlertown . 
Danville. 
Annville. 
Sacramento . 
Hopewell. 

Ayers^ Hill. 

McEwensville. 

Aihland. 

Martinshurg . 
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Woodbury . 

Prince Frederick^ 3Id. 
Alexandria' Va. 
York Springs. 
Altoona. 
Mifflin. 
Williamsport. 
Bendersville. 
Williamsport. 
Portsmouth^ Va. 
Beech Creek. 
Piedmont^ W. V. 
Belief onte. 
Williamsport. 
Clear Spring, Md. 
Williarnsport . 
Keio Ringold. 
New Berry. 
Williamsport » 
Hager stoic n, Md. 
Mifflensvillc. 
Lock Haven. 



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NAMES. 



Brenckman, Philip , 
Brown, J. J. 
Brown, J. C. 
Bryson, James . 
Bunnell, L. A. 
Burgner, J. B. 
Bnrgner, P. B. 
Burkinliine, F. A. 
Canny, Michael 
Carl in, E. R. 
Carlin, G. B. 
Carothers, S. W. 
Carpenter, A.M. 
Caslner, J. II. . 
Cathcart, J. G. 
Chapman, II. 0. 
-Cleaver, R. C. 
Clees, T. 0. 
Clements, D. A. 
Cobel, Jonathan 
Com]), J. S. 
Copenhaver, A. T. 
Corson, 11. E. 
Cortright, N. I). 
Conghlin, John 
(^ox, Charles 8. 
Cox, Daniel W. 
('ramer, A. T. . 
Crawford, W. F. . 
(.'rownover, W. D. 
(.'ininin<4ham, \V . \'\ 
Dannci', J. M . 
Davip, J. H. 
Davis, i\ (}. 
Davison, (J. 
De Almond, D. A. 
Deavor, F. Iv A . 
D(H, W. II. 
Dell, Alexander 
Devlin. John 
Dielrick, Piiilip 
Donahoe, James 



* Deceased. 



RESIDENCES. 



Beaver Meadoiv. 

Mifflinsville. 
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Ceniralia. 

Wesiernport, Md. 

East Hanover, 
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Nor thuviher land, 
Williarnsiiort. 
Alexandria J Va. 



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Neiv Berry. 

Williamsport. 

Uopeicell. 

McEwensville. 

Lock Haven. 

Shamo/cin. 

Montoiirsvillc. 

Ridfjeivay. 

St. Thomas 

3IarJdevillc. 

Jolin&toivn. 

I And e IV. 

Mauch Chunk. 

Asldand. 

Portsmouth J Va. 

Lewislniry . 

WiUiamsport. 



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Iluini svilh'^ Va. 
York. 
Sivaiara. 
Willvtmsport. 

Ihivtnport^ low a. 
Hastontown. 
Williamshury . 

M'lnersvillc. 
Fdim sport. 
Youngwomanstown . 



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NAMES. 



Driesbaugh, Ellsha 
Drinkle, William 
Dyson, S. F. 
Edgar, J. R. 
Edgar, S. W. 
Eichelberger, W. S. 
Eldred, J. W. 
Enbody, R. K. . 
Evans, P. A. 
Everhart, M. H. 
Farwell, K. J. 
Faulkner, E. T. 
Faulkner, Clay 
Felly, A. I. 
Fitch, C. T. 
Fleming, S. W. 
Foresman, W. B. 
Forsythe, William 
Fowler, Z. T. 
Fox, B. F. 
Fredericks, R. W. . 
Frick, F. W. . 
Frick, C. IT. 
Garlinger, M. L. 
Gibison, James 
Gillespie, W. E. 
Goodman, Oton 
Gortner, J. H. R. 
Grav, J. B. 
Grim, A. B. 
Groom, J. L. 
Groom, S. F. . 
Groverman, II. 
Groverman, M. 
Gump, II. T. 
Gump, S. II. 
Hagenbuch, E. D. . 
Haines, F. J. 
Harkins, Thomas, 
Harrison, J. J. 
Hart, W. W. 
Hauer, J. B. 



RESIDENCES. 



Bloomshurg . 
Lockport^ 111. 
Alexandria^ Va. 
Espy . 



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Hopewell. 
Parvin . 
Mauch Chunk. 
Bloomshurg . 
Martinshurg. 
Hyner. 
3[cMinnville^ Tenn. 



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Elhvood, 

Troy. 

Menno. 

WiUiamsport. 

Northumberland . 

Foivler sville . 

Reading. 

Ear rand sville. 

Chester. 
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Hagerstotcn^ Md. 
Armstrong . 
Trevorton. 
Bolton, N. Y. 
Hunter sville. 
Lock Llaven. 
Allcntown. 
Glen Hope. 



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Bloody Run. 
Stuckey sville. 
Jjight Street. 
Trexlertoivn. 
Barhour^ s Mills. 
WilliamsjKiTt . 
Muncy. 
York. 



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NAMES. 



Ilauer, IT. T. 
Haugbawout, E. S. 
Hayes, J. K. 
Hemperly, J. F. 
Hepburn, Edward 
Herr, E. R. 
Hetberlin, J. T. 
Heylmun, William 
Hocb, C. W. 
Hoffman, C. E. 
Hoffman, J. S. 
Hoffman, W. F. 
Hoffman, J. 0. 
Hollopeter, S. G. M, 
Horner, M. T. 
Howlett, H. C. 
Howlett, W. E. 
Hyskell, W . D. 
James, Harry 
Jones, J. E. 
Kapp, W. C. 
Keagy, C. J. 
Kear, Cbarles 
Kear, Harrison, 
Kelley, M. E. 
Kerliu, A. IJ. 
Kemmerer, W. E. . 
Ketcbam, J. M. 
Kigbt, C. N. 
Kline, E. i^. 
Klipstine, William 
Koons, A. 1). 
Koons, P. L. 
Kupp, J. 8. 
Law, F. 8. 
Leidig, H. T. 
Eesley, H. ]I. 
Lemen, N. H. 
Livingston, A . 
Long, 11. E. 
Ludwig, L. A. 
Lundy, Harvey, 



RESIUKNCES. 



York. 

Warrior^ s Mark. 

Williamsport . 



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3forrisdale. 
Williamsport . 
Bari^y. 
Leivistoivn. 
Williamsport. 



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Watsojitown. 

-Baltimore^ Md. 

Tivoli. 
New York. 

Warrior^ s Mark. 
Ashland. 
Fanksville. 
Northumberland . 

Glen Hope. 
Miller sville. 

Williamsport. 
Fish er^s Ferry . 

Weisport. 

Wilkes liarre. 
Piedmont, W. Va. 
Sunbnry. 
Blooming to n^ Md. 
Bedford. 

Williamsport. 
Renova. 

Carlisle. 

Swamp. 

Annville. 

Williamsport, Md. 
New Buffalo. 
Annville. 
I) e wart. 
Montoursvillf. 



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NAMES. 



Mahaffey, Boyd 
Mann, W. B. . 
March, E. W. 
Marsh, C. D. . 
Marsh, E. W. 
Masters, F. M. . 
McAllister, J. L. 
McCloskey, A. E. 
McCormick, William 
McDowell, Albert *" 
McEwen, Daniel 
McMinn, R. E. 
McMinn, H. S. W. 
Meek, D. G. 
Mister, B. W. 
Mitchell, M. J. 
Mitchell, J. H. 
Mobr, H. M. 
Motter, J. C. 
Murray, T. H. . 
Mussina, J. L. 
Mussina, L. A. 
Nogel, John 
Nogel, Clarence 
Northrop, A. L. 
Oberdorf, P. C. 
Paine, J. T. 
Patton, John 
Patton, F. M. 
Patton, J. T. . 
Patton, W. A. 
Pax ton, Edward 
Peck, T. T. 
Penney, J. W. 
Perkins, Edson 
Phillips, E. J. . 
Power, E. T. 
Price, 8. I. 
Quade, J. F. 
Quiggle, J. T. 
Heed, 8. P. 
Reed, W. E. 



RESIDENCES, 



New Berry. 
Frederick City, 3fd. 
St. Clair. 
Williamsport. 
Lewisburg . 
Bloody Run. 
New Buffalo. 
Hyner. 
Williamsport. 
Light Street. 
Williamsport. 

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Pine Grove Mills. 
Lakesville, Md. 
Williamsport. 

Mohrsville. 
Emmittsburg Md. 
Leconte^s Mills. 
Williamsj^ort. 

Leivisburg. 

Canadensis. 
S anbury. 
Phoenixville. 
Curwensvillf. 
White Deer Mills. 
Warrior' s Mark. 
Catlettsbiirg, Ky. 
Lairdsville. 
Lock Haven. 
Williamsport. 

St. Nicholas. 
Middletown, Md. 
]f illiaf}t.y)orf. 
Fisher's Ferry. 
McFlhatt(fn. 
Lairdsville. 

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NAMKS. 



Reese, W. W. 
Reese, T. M. 
Rentz, E. B. 
Rinehart, L. W. 
Robbins, J. E. 
Rote, Willington 
Roth, William 
Roth, John 
Runyan, H. M. 
Sanrer, J. B. 
Schcnck, N. L. 
Sclincider, George 
Sclmurraan, N. 
Scholl, A. E. . 
Schwenk, A. K. 
Schwenk, A. K. 
Schwenk, M. K. 
Seager, W. R. . 
Seitz, William 
Senscnej, J. II. 
Shaver, J. B. 
Sheiblev, W. W. 
Shiftier, G. E. 
Singmaster, W. T. 
Smilli, }I. E. 
Smitli, J. E. 
Smith, W. J. 
Smitli, J. W. . 
Smitham, R. ,). 
Siivdcr, W. H. 
Snyder, L. W. 
Sober, A. .) . 
S|)()ttswood, ^V. !•'. 
Stadon, J. 11. 
Stearns, A . J. 
Steinmetz, J. L. 
Stevenson, ,1. K. 
Steven ton, Samuel 
Swallow, C. M. 
Sweely, I). M. 
Sweely, G. E. 
Swoyer, M. E. 



RESIDENCES. 



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Montgomery Station. 
Union Bridge^ Md, 
Buck Horn, 
Mooreshurg . 
Montour svillc. 

Williamsport, 
Baltimore^ Md. 
Howard. 

Williavi&port. 
Allentoivn. 

Williamsport. 

Trcmont. 
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Loy svillc. 
Sacramento . 

McKinstry's Mills, Md. 
Center. 

Williamsport. 
Macunzic. 
Harrishurg. 
Ccntervillc^ Md. 
Williamsport . 
Cross Roads. 
Nesquehoning. 
Ashland. 
Bethlehem. 
Danville. 
Willi((msport. 
Greenwood. 
Williarnsport . 
Annville. 
Williamsport. 
Nesqnehoning. 
Clar/rs Green. 
New Berry. 
Williamsporl . 
Allentoivn. 



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NAMES. 



Talbott, J. F. 
Taneyhill, C. W. 
Thomas, F. I. 
Thomas, G. H. 
Thomas, C. N. 
Tindle, Thomas 



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Trembley, E. C. 


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Iroxall, B. B. II. . 


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Vanderslice, A. 




Yandevender, G. W. 


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Van Liew, Peter 


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Van Valzah, F. II. 




Wagner, W. S. 




Wagon seller, J. J. 




Wait, E. N. . 




Ward, J. M. 


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Watkins, John 




Watkins, W. K. . 


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Watkins, J. K. 




Weigel, Emanuel 




Weiss, D. F. . 




Wells, W. J. 




Wilford, J. B. 




Wilson, W. Z. 




Wilson, R. H. 




Winningder, L. F. 




AVinslow, J. R. 




Winslow, R. S. 




Winters teen, II. 11. 




Withington, G. E. 




Wolf, F. M. . 




Wolford, W. S. 




Woodward, Joseph 




Wright, W. P. 




Wright, Erastus 


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Yoder, W. II. 




Yoe, R. E. . 




Young, J. B. 




Young, Lemuel 


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RESIDENCES. 



Sunderlandville^ Md. 
Bryan J O. 
White Hall, Md. 
Williamsport. 



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Ashland. 
JVeiv Oxford. 
£spy. 

Williamsjjort. 
Buck Horn. 
North umhcrland. 
Light Street. 
Spring Mills. 
Belief onte. 
Blooinshurg. 
Williamsport . 
Belief onte. 
Turner sville, N. J. 
Hughesville. 
Minersvillc. 



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Armstrong . 
Williamsport . 
Minersvillc. 
Tamaqua. 
Wrights vilh. 
Hunting town ^ Md, 
Portsmouth, Va. 
Williamsport. 



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Hort Car ho n. 

Northumberland. 
Akron, O. 

IHllshurg. 

Williamsport. 
Bristol 

Williamsport . 
Trexlertoivn. ' 

Prince Frederick, Md. 
Berwick. 

Williams2>ort. 



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SUMMARY. 



Ladies, 
Gentlemen, 



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287 

435 



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Upon completing the following Course, the Student will be entitled to tha 
Degree of Bachelor of Arts. To those who omit the Languages, a Scientific 
Diploma will be given. Those not wishing to complete the Course, can pursue 
such studies as they desire, subject to the action of the Faculty. 

PREPARATORY. 



FIRST CLASS. 

Spelling and Defining, 

Geography, • . . . . 

Arithmetic— Mental ..... 

Written, 
English Grammar, 

First Lessons in English Composition, 
General History, 

SECOND CLASS 

Iteadinor 

Geography and Map Drawing, 

English Grammar, 

History of the United States, 

Etymology, .... 

Arithmetic, 

Composition and Declamation 



Sanders' Series. 

Mitchell's. 

Brooks'. 

Loom is. 

Wells. 

Quackenbos. 

Goodrich. 

Willson's. 

Mitchell's. 

Wells. 

Goodrich or Quackenbos. 

Lynd. 
Test Examples Robinson. 



CLASSICAL AND SCIENTIFIC 



FIRST TERM-FIRST YEAR. 



English Grammar 
Modern History, 
Algebra, 
Latin— 1st Book, 



Wells. 

Willson. 

Loomis, 

McClintock & Crooks. 



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S I^: C O N D T K R M 



Advanced C()mi)Oyilioii and Ptlietoric, 

iModcrn llistorv — continued, 

Algebra, 

Latin — 2d Book, 

Greek — 1st Book, 

Classical Anticjuilies, 



Qnackenbos. 

Willson. 

Loomis. 

McClintock & Crooks. 

McClinibck & Crooks. 

Baird. 



THIRD TERM 



Advanced Composition and Rhetoric, 
Physical Geograjthy, 



Qnackenbos. 

Warren. 

Hitchcock. 

Loomis. 

Brooks. 

Greek — 1st Book, .... iMcClintock k Crooks. 

I)uRiN(; TUE Year— Orthography, Reading, Coin})osition, Declamation and 
Vocal Music. 



Phvsiologv, 
Algebra, 
Latin — Ca'sai- 



SECOND YEAR— FIRST TERM 

Ancient History and (i!eogra])hy, . . t 

Biblical Anti({uities, . .* . .' 

Astronomy, .... 

Zoology, ...... 

(Geometry, ..... 

Latin — Ca'sar or Coinelius Ne{)os, 

(Ircek — Anabasis, ..... 

lialin Piose Coujposition, .... 

S K ( : N D T E R M . 

Ancient llistoiy and Geography, 

Natural Philosophy, ..... 

Mental Philosopliy, .... 

Geometry, ...... 

Latin — Dc Senecute or ()\id, 

Greek — Anabasis; ( Ji'eek Tesjainent, 

Lntiu Prose ( 'omposition, 

TH I RD V E A R. 

Phetoiic, . . . . j . 

Pliiloso})h\ (){' History and Chronology, 
Constitutic^n of United States, , . ^ 

Mental Philosophy, .... 

Natural Philosophy, ..... 

"•^■Conic Sections, ..... 



Willson. 

Nevin. 

Abittison's Burritt. 

. ^ Agassiz. 

Loomis. 

Owen. 
Anthon's. 

Willson. 

Wells. 

Uphara. 

Loomis. 

Owen. 
Anthon's. 

Coppee. 

Willson. 

Sheppard. 

Upham. 

Wells. 

Loomis. 



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Latin — Virgil or Sallust, ..... 

Greek — Memorabilia and Odyssey, .... Owen. 

Latin Prose Composition, . . . . . Anthon's. 

During the Year— -Composition, Declamation and Vocal Music. 



THIRD YEA R— F I R S T TERM. ' 

Moral Philosophy, . . . . . 

Evidences of Christianity, .... 

Chemistry, ....... 

Botany, ....... 

-Trigonometry, (Plain and Spherical, ) Mensuration, Leveling, 
Surveying, and Navigation, .... 

Latin — Cicero's Orations, .... 

Greek — Cyropi^dia and Iliad, .... 

Latin Grammar, ...... 

Latin and Greek Prose Composition, . . . . 



Wayland. 

Paley. 

Wells. 

G ray . 

Loomis. 

Owen. 
Harkness. 
Arnold's. 



SECOND TERM. 

Political Economy, . . : . 

I^ogic, ...... 

Geology, ...... 

"•■•Analytical Geometry, .... 

-'•Mineralogy, ..... 

■^•Mechanical Philosophy, .... 

Latin — Do Officiis and Livy, 

Greek — Iliad and Herodotus, 

Latin Grammar, • • . . . 

Latin and Greek Prose Composition, 

THIRD TERM. 

Butler's Analogy, . . , , , • 

Chemistry, . . . . •, 

Geology, (continued,) ..... 

■'■Calculus, DitTerential and Integral, 

■'■Practical Astronomy, 

Use of the Globes, ..... 

Latin — Horace and Tacitus. .... 

Greek — Sophocles and Herodotus, 

Latin Grammar, •'.... 

Latin and Greek Prose Composition, 

During the Year— Composition, Declamation and Elocution. 



Wayland. 

Coppee. 

Hitchcock. 

Loomis. 

Dana. 

Snell's Olmsted. 



Harkness. 
Arnold's. 



Emory <fe Crooks. 

Wells. 

Hitchcock. 

Loomis. 

Loomis. 

KcMth. 



Harkness. 
Arnold's. 



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*For tliose studies marked with a * otliers may bo subsf itutod. Thus tlie Course may 
be accommodated to tlie wants of Ladies and Gentlemen. 



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MODERN LANGUAGES. 



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Text Books in the German Language— Woodbury's Method with G 
Woodbury's Reader, Schiller, Goethe, Adler's Dictionary. 

Text Books in the French Language— Fasquelle's French Course, Collo- 
quial Reader, Telemaque, Racine, Paul et Virginie, Charles XII, Rene Atala, 
Surenne's Dictionary. 

Oral and written exercises in both languages throughout the course. 



O R N A M E N T A L B 11 A N C 11 E S . 

Drawing and Painting— This department receives liberal attention. Supe- 
rior facilities are furnished, under a competent Instructor, exclusively devoted 
to this department, for the study and practice of Linear and Perspective Draw- 
ing, Pastel and Monochromatic Painting, Painting in Oil, and in Water Colors. 

Music. — Music receives special attention. 

The ladies are allowed to substitute these brandies, together Avith German 
and French, for some of the higher studies in Mathematics, and for the Greek 
Language. 

The classes in Mensuration, Leveling and Surveying, are practiced in the use 
of the Quadrant and other instruments, and in Plotting. 

In the department of Ancient Languages, the classes are practiced in oral 
and written exercises in Latin and Greek, throughout the Course; and, in the 
third year, in writing translations from Latin into Greek, and from Greek 
into Latin. In addition to the books above named, Znmpt's Latin Grammar 
and Kuhner's Greek Grammar are used. 

Anthoirs Classical Dictionary, Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman 
Hiograpliy and Mythology, Ramshorn's Latin Synonyms, Ro])inson's Lexicon 
of theNewT("stam.>n(, and Forbigc^r's Ancient Geograpliy, are recommended 
as books ()(' rf^ference. 

Lectures will l)e given from time to time in the various dei.artments. 
The classes in the First Year of Academic studies have exercises in reading 
and analyzing Milton, Thompson, and other poets, in connection with a 
course of fimiliar lectures on the principals of English Grammar, 

A Normal (Jlass will ])e formed, (when re(iuired,) and special attention 
will be given to those who may wish to prepare themselves for the important 
duties of teachin*'". 

A HiBLiCAL Class will also be fornuMl for the benefit of such as have the 
Ministrv in view. 



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WiLLiAMSPOKT is ono of tl,e most beauliful and hcaltliy places in tho State 
It has never been snbject to epidemics of any kind. Many coming to "the 
..cliool sickly, have returned fully restoicl. The location is central and 
accessible from all quarters. The Railroads now completed, bring us within 
a few hours ride of Elmira, Lockhaven, Erie, Danville, PotlsviUe, Harrisbur. 
IIollKlaysburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore and New York. No n.ore desirable 
position for a Seminary of Learning can be found. 

ORGANIZATION. 

The Scliool is organized on the most approved plan of the best Institutions 
of New ^ork and New England. It embraces both se.xes, under the same 
government and instruction. The President and the other members of the 
faculty occupy apartments in the building, eat at the same table, and have a 
constantovcrsightof all the Students. 

The Ladies' private and public rooms are enlirely separa.e from the other, 
-wl there ,s no association of the sexes but in the presence of their instructors' 
ne La,nc. an,/ aaUUn,,,,. J,arc les. frced.n,, ..J v„n;;,ur.e l,,rc than at ko,nr. ' 

The happy i„|l„,nce, mulu.lUj r.nrlnt, in tl,,i, „ig|,t association in the 
rec,tat,on-room, at the table, ami iu the public exercises of the Chapel is to 
he seen in the cultivation of a chcerlul and animated disposition,-^', "the 
formation of good habits and mauuers,-iu ardent devotion to study -and 
.u the attainment of high moral character. These, with tuany other valuable 
results, have established the fact, that the best plan for a School is, acordin,- 
to the evident design of Providence in the constitution of society, on the basis 
nf a well regulated Christian family. ' 







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ACCOMMODATIONS. 

The buildings will accommodate (two in a room) about two hundred 
students. They are of brick, heated by furnaces in the cellar, and supplied 
with water. The rooms are large and well ventilated. In the entire 
arrangement of the buildings great care has been had for the comfort and 
health of tlic occupants. The grounds contain about six acres, affording 
sufficient room for exercise and play. 

BOARDING, ETC. 

K} the following list of prices it will be seen that our total charges are quite 
as low as those of any Institution of like grade in this State ; not excepting 
those schools in which cheap scholarships have been sold. We desire to bring 
down the cost of education to the lowest point possible, and thus afford to the 
masses sound, intellectual, and moral culture. Board, including- washinrr 
(10 pieces,) room and fuel, is S3.'<5 per week. 

CALENDAR AND EXPENSES. 

The Seminary Yqhv is divided into three unequal terms. Pupils are received 
at any time. Deduction for absence is made on recommendation of the Faculty 
to the Treasurer. liills pay;il)le in advance. 



Fall Tkrm, 
Winter Term, 
Summer Term, 



COMMENCES. 

August 30, 18GG. 
Jan. :;, 1807. 
March '28, 18CY. 



ENDS. 

December 20 — 16 weeks. 
March 27 12 '' 
June 19 12 '' 



I'ER WKEK. I'EK YEAR OF 40 WEEKS. 

B(),u(l, Wasliiii;^, File] a!i.l fiiniislicd Rooms ^ILll) $150.00. 



TcirioN 



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i^'ci»ar;it()i\ 1 'fpaiMiiu'ii t , 



( ( 



" Sciriititic 
'' '* Lectures 

(Massical 






Tnciilculal Charuxs, hcaliuu^ and clcaniu"- nub- 
lie rooniSj halls^ kc. . 



'I'oial charge in Preparatory Department, per year, 
** ** Scientific 

** '' Classical 






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$174 33 
177 66 
181 00 



TKR 


T W E L V E 


WEEKS. 








Sr> 


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6 


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1 




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1 


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8 


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1 


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$3 


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Music, Drawing, Painting, and Modern Languages, Book-keeping Ornamen- 
tal Penmanship, and Wax Fruit, extra as follows : 

PER TERM. 

German and French, each $3 50 



2 50 
5 GO 
5 00 
8 00 
12 00 
12 00 
1 00 



Drawing, 

Monochromatics and Pastel Painting, each 
^ Painting in Water Colors, 
Oil Painting, . . 

Piano Music, .(with use of instrument for Practice,) 

Melodeon '^ ... 

Vocal, 

The Directors insist on prompt payment of all bills at the commencement of 
each Term. Students remaining less than a Term will be charged at the rate 
of $3.00 per week for board, &c. No deduction made for absence except in 
cases of protracted sickness. 

Wash Bowls and Pitchers furnished at cost, and taken back at same price, 
if uninjured. The same rule for Door Keys. 

VACATIONS. 

There are two Vacations. One of two weeks at the close of the Fall Term 
to include the holidays, another of ten weeks at the close of the School Year. 

TERMS OF ADMISSION. 

1. The Student must be well recommended as to moral character. The 
School is not designed to be a House of Refuge. 

2. Must arrange with the Treasurer, all bills, before attending Recitations. 

3. Must take at least four studies, unless excused by the Faculty. 

4. Minors must deposite with the President, all spending money, to be re- 
turned in such amounts as he may think best. 

5. Must agree to comply with all the Rules and Regulations of the School. 
N. B.-— PJach Student will be considered a member of the Institution, until 

due notice shall have been given of intention to leave, and permission obtained 
of the President. 

ROOMS AND CLOTHING. 

The rooms are furnished with all heavy articles, but the Students must bring 
their own sheets (for double beds, ) i)illows, pillow cases, blankets, counter- 
panes and towels, and find their own brooms, mirrors, coal oil and lami)s. 

Students should be supplied with warm, durable clothing, heavy boots and 
shoes, an umbrella, and a pair of slippers to be worn while in the building. 
A/l article.^ of clothing should he carefully marked icith the full name. 



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APPARATUS. 

The Seminary is furnished with a collection of Apparatus, together with full 
sets of Globes, Maps and Charts and a Cabinet of Minerals, thus affording 
facility for illustration and experiment. 



DISCIPLINE. 

I The discipline is mild, but firm and impartial . While every encouragement 
will be given to the orderly and studious, and due allowance be made for youth- 
ful indiscretions, yet the lawless and refractory cannot long remain among us. 

RELIGIOUS SERVICES. 

Every Student is required to attend religious services at the opening and close 
of school, each day, as well as public worship morning and evening, every 
Sabbath, af. such place as parents or guardians may designate. 

N. B.-Each student must be supplied with a Bible, to be read ivithout note 
or sectarian comment, in the morning and evening services of th. chapel. The 
whole school read in concert. 



LITERARY SOCIETIES. 

Besides the reguhir weekly exercises in Composition and Declamation there 
are four flourishing Literary Societies in the Institution ; the ''Belles Lettres " 
-Gamma Ej.silon," 'Tripartite Union," and Young American," each of 
winch prepares and reads to the school a pnper once a month. About 1700 
rolumes are in tlio Societies' Libraries. 



MERIT AND DEMERIT. 

A strict weekly record is kept of all the exercises of the school, from which 
lecord the students will be graded. 

A record of demerits is also kept. Tardiness, unexcused absences from re- 
quired exercises, and all disorderly conduct will subject the student to demerit 
mi.rks. Ten such marks bring .i private rei)roof before the Faculty • twentv 
a publu. reprimand before the whole school; and Thirty sends the offend;; 
away. Sessional Reports are sent to parents when requested. 



W I L L I A 31 S P R T DICKINSON 



SEMINARY 



A WORD TO PARENTS. 



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1 . Try to have your children here at the commencement of the term. The 
classes are then formed and it will be better for all concerned that the student 
start regularly with his class. 

2. If possible, do not call them away during the session. Absence, if only 
for a few days, disarranges the class, and is generally the beginning of irregu- 
larity on the part of the scholar. 

3. Do not allow your children to leave the school before the examinations 
unless It cannot be avoided. Serious inconvenience, to all concerned often 
arises from a neglect of this caution. ' 

4. Supply them very sparingly with spending"mt)ney. Parents cannot be 
too cautious on this point. 

5. Select for your child one of the Listructors, as a Patron, to distribute 
his funds. In this way a more judicious use of your money will be made, and 
your child be kept from many temptations. 

N. B. -These two last suggestions are to be regarded as established rules of 
the school. 

.^Students not boarding in the Institution, must observe the followinjr 
additional rules : 

1. Attend EveniiifT Prayers. 

2. Must attend all the Seminary Exercises punctually. 

3. Must spend the intervals between recitations in the Study Hall. 

4. Must account for all absence by written excuse without delay, time and 
number of recitations being specified. 

Must not visit the rooms of the boarders, without permission. 



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1 . During the hours of study, the students shall not be unnecessarily absent 
from their rooms. 

2. At the time appointed to attend prayers, recitation, lecture, or other ex- 
ercise, each student shall repair guietlij and prompihj to the place designated. 

3. At no time shall any student loiter in the halls, or about the doors, or 
indulge in jumping, wrestling, loud talking,whistling, or any other unnecessary 
noise, or in the use of tobacco in the buildino". 

4. The students shall not be absent from their rooms at night after the hour 
of study indicated by the ringing of the bell, nor shall they at any time, at- 
tend parties or mixed assemblies, without permission from the President ; nor 
shall they, at any time, visit taverns, eating houses, or other places of public 
resort, or on any occasion indulge in the use of intoxicating liquors. 

5. All profane and indecent language, playing at games of chance, injuring 
the property of the Institution or of the citizens, quarelling, fighting, or the 
carrying of fire arms or other dangerous weapons, is strictly forbidden. 

C. No student shall leave the limits of the town for a longer time than one 
hour without permission from the President. 

V. Each student will be held strictly accountable for any damage he or she 
may cause to the Seminary property. Damages by unknown parties may be 
assessed on the school. ' 

8. The Teachers must, at all times, have access to the students' rooms and 
if it ))e judged necessary, the rooms will ))e cleansed at the expense of the oc- 
cupants. 

'J. Cleanliness of person and of apparel, and a gentlemanly and ladv-likc 

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deportment must be observed by all. 

10. No water, dirt or other material, shall be thrown iVom any window in 
tlie buildings, or down the hot air Hues, or into the halls after they have been 
cleaned. 

11. Students must have their rooms swept and in order, and their lio-hts 
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12. No student will be allowed to go a bathing, skating, fishing, gunning 
or riding, without permission. 

13. The students must not visit the kitchens, dining room, or any other 
room, except their own, without permission. 

14. The Sabbath must be strictly observed by all. No walking about, visit- 
ing, or receiving of visits, except by friends from home, will be allowed. All 
must attend public worship twice during the day, at such places as they or 
their guardians may prefer. 

15. No lady shall at any time receive calls from gentlemen at her own room. 
Friends from a distance can see the ladies in the parlor. 



IG. The young ladies will not be allowed to leave the Seminary grounds, 
at any time, without permission ; and the gentlemen will be restricted at the 
discretion of the Facultv. 

IT. No student shall change his or her room^ or boarding place, without 
special permission from the President. 

18. No student will be permitted to leave the school, during the session, 
without an express request from the parent or guardian, made to the President, 
and with the consent of the Faculty. 

19. Any student who, without just cause, shall fail to attend the examina- 
tions, will be considered as under censure. 

20. Permission to be absent from any exercise must be obtained, if possible, 
before the absence occur. 

21. No student will be permitted to leave any class without the consent of 
the Faculty. 

22. The Ladies and Gentlemen must not visit each others' appartments, 
walk or ride together, without permission; nor converse together from the 
windows. 

23. Students from the neighborhood will not be permitted to visit home at 
such times as will interfere with the regular exercises of the school. 

24. Any offending student may be punished, according to the nature of the 
offence, by private or public reproof, suspension, dismission or expulsion. 

25. Students dismissed or expelled, must leave the premises at once. 

26. None but students can attend the Society meetings, unless by express 
permission of the Faculty. 

27. No special meeting of the students shall be held at any time, witliout 
permission of the President. 

28. Any temporary prudential regulation for the government of the school 
that the Faculty may see fit to adopt, shall be equally binding with these 
By-Laws.